'Feel' in the Bible
So Isaac told Jacob, "Come here, my son, so I can feel you and know for sure whether or not you're my son Esau."
Eventually, the land of Egypt began to feel the effects of the famine, so the people cried out to Pharaoh for food. "Go see Joseph," Pharaoh announced to all the Egyptians, "and do whatever he tells you to do."
"Feel free to put my own two sons to death," Reuben responded to his father, "if I don't bring him back to you. Trust me I'll bring him back to you."
Then the LORD told Moses, "Stretch your hand toward the sky and there will be darkness over the land of Egypt, a darkness that one can feel."
You must certainly give to him and not feel regret for doing so. Because of this, the LORD your God will bless all your works and everything you do.
Then Samson told the young man who had been leading him around by the hand, "Let me touch and feel the pillars on which this building rests, and I'll support myself against them."
My insides feel like unvented wine, like it's about to burst like a new wineskin.
"As for you ladies of leisure Get up and listen to my voice! You daughters who feel so complacent hear what I have to say!
So tremble, you ladies of leisure! Shudder, you daughters who feel so complacent! Strip down and make yourselves naked down to the waist! Then wrap yourself in sackcloth and beat your breasts.
"These twin things have come upon you (who can feel sorry for you?): ruin and destruction, famine and the sword who can console you?
Poor me! I feel like those who harvest summer fruit, or like those who pick grapes there are no clusters to eat or any fresh fruit that I want.
Then he told them, "I'm so deeply grieved that I feel I'm about to die. Wait here and stay awake with me."
He took Peter, James, and John along with him, and he began to feel distressed and troubled.
But God chose what is nonsense in the world to make the wise feel ashamed. God chose what is weak in the world to make the strong feel ashamed.
I'm not writing this to make you feel ashamed, but to warn you as my dear children.
I say this to make you feel ashamed. Has it come to this, that there is not one person among you who is wise enough to settle disagreements between brothers?
Yet God, who comforts those who feel miserable, comforted us by the arrival of Titus,
For it is written, "Rejoice, you childless woman, who cannot give birth to any children! Break into song and shout, you who feel no pains of childbirth! For the children of the deserted woman are more numerous than the children of the woman who has a husband."
Therefore, I am especially eager to send him so that you may have the joy of seeing him again, and so that I may feel relieved.
If anyone does not obey what we say in this letter, take note of him. Have nothing to do with him so that he will feel ashamed.